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    You just undermined my subtle hint that we won't...

    You just undermined my subtle hint that we won't do their task for them, judging their post it's an assignment from college or university, how's the op supposed to learn to do the bulk of this stuff...
  2. yep :)

    yep :)
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    I feel like it's actually possible to go bottom...

    I feel like it's actually possible to go bottom up with C/C++ and actually compile faster as a result, for example when ever you encounter and #endif you would expect either a #if or #ifdef by the...
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    I would start by splitting all input into null...

    I would start by splitting all input into null terminated strings of what they contain, for example all punctuation would get it's own individual string making it easier to analyse later, you don't...
  5. The most common reason is you don't want all code...

    The most common reason is you don't want all code to see those symbols, for example you may be mapping system APIs or variables to common symbols but also want to reduce the chance they could be...
  6. Managed to hit a deadlock where the age of each...

    Managed to hit a deadlock where the age of each thread's signal is the same, been trying to come up with a way to distinguish between signals that have been process and ones that haven't, hoping...
  7. Finally got to the point where I'm attempting to...

    Finally got to the point where I'm attempting to request safe execution on anything and currently hitting an infinite wait, since I'm having a brain fart atm I might as well ask peops to have a look...
  8. Multi-threading without mutexes and semaphores

    Had to re-start my project because I found a fatal flaw, in doing so however I managed to come up with a way to safely use non-thread safe functions without the use of mutexes and semaphores,...
  9. Good to know, thx

    Good to know, thx
  10. Also I'm at my wits end trying to capture the...

    Also I'm at my wits end trying to capture the output of a shell command here:


    ifneq "$(is_gnu)" ""
    StrInc="$(hash)include <$1s>" | $(CC) -c -x c -
    TryInc=$(shell $(call StrInc,$1))...
  11. What happens when an empty variable is exported

    So for example I have this:


    ifeq "$(PWD)" ""
    uname_s:=WIN32
    _WIN32:=1

    uname_p:=$(or $(PROCESSOR_ARCHITEW6432),$(PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE))
    AMD64:=$(if $(filter AMD64,$(uname_p)),1)...
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    Ended up going with this: ... #ifdef _WIN32...

    Ended up going with this:


    ...
    #ifdef _WIN32
    typedef HANDLE fasset_t;
    typedef HANDLE thread_t;
    #else
    #include <fcntl.h>
    #include <pthread.h>
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    That didn't answer the question, just made it...

    That didn't answer the question, just made it evident that comparing the handle won't work (which I will thank you for as I obviously missed it, thx)
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    Win32 equivalent of pthread_equal

    Doing an upgrade to my custom file/folder asset handling functions and decided to resolve the problem I think O_CLOEXEC attempts to resolve with process/thread checks, process check was easy enough...
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    Never mind, turned out the values just happened...

    Never mind, turned out the values just happened to align with error codes, I forgot that I had changed part of the API since it didn't need to directly return the error, just shove it in the ALLOC*...
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    Unexpected EBUSY error

    Not sure how to best explain this problem so for now I'm linking the upload of the code (run make from inside the parser directory or common directory, the GNUmakefile has yet to be updated) and...
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    That's literally the 1st "code" block in my post...

    That's literally the 1st "code" block in my post


    Edit: Things worked out after I made this change:


    vpath %.exe ../
    vpath %.out ../
    vpath %.dll ../
    vpath %.so ../
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    rpath issues... I think

    I managed to compile my libraries and executable but I'm having issues getting them to link when I try to run the executable, I can see them all in the same folder, I set rapth to '.' on all of them,...
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    Judging by the lack of replies noone was inclined...

    Judging by the lack of replies noone was inclined to even provide example recipes with expected outputs for me to try, that's disappointing but not the end of the world, sooner or later I'll try...
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    Just finished verifying my code produces the...

    Just finished verifying my code produces the correct results of the expressions I put it, I lack imagination however so I'd like to ask you lot to build it then test it, I only set up the makefile...
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    Turns out cglm doesn't yet have the functions I...

    Turns out cglm doesn't yet have the functions I need so supplementing with my own code for now, is this right for matrix/vector addition? Also if this is right then is this the same way for the other...
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    Unless anyone has a better idea this is what I'm...

    Unless anyone has a better idea this is what I'm going with for retrieving vectors & matrices:


    dint OpGet( GFX *gc, GFXR *This, u32 type, INTEGRAL *list, uint num )
    {
    uint i;

    for ( i = 0;...
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    By the lack of replies I'll take it that I...

    By the lack of replies I'll take it that I haven't missed anything, instead while I figure out how best to add the matrix & vertex support to my math handlers I let others see if they have any...
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    Any types missed?

    I'm writing an expression handler so that I can auto-detect symbols in my shaders by processing the #ifdef, #if, #elif and #else statements (and plan to implement a #'include statement so I can...
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    Just found that with firefox it doesn't show any...

    Just found that with firefox it doesn't show any paths in the first line, before my suggestion I tried loading the cmdline file in geany but it showed japanese, wasn't till later I noticed geany was...
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